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guns are nice, too.

Postby tongueriver » Mon Nov 13, 2017 9:54 pm

Cal Pruett is my name; trad knives is my game. Always interested pre-war Schrade CutCo knives & always have dozens others eclectic mix to trade/sell

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Postby peanut740 » Tue Nov 14, 2017 3:22 am

They have set up at the Blade Show in the past.They sell very over priced switch blades also.They have also had some of their shotguns on display.They were in the mid 5 figures if memory serves.A side note they also had some expensive looking hostesses also. ::tu::
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Postby treefarmer » Tue Nov 14, 2017 3:56 am

Interestin' site but way, way out of my league!
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Postby KnifeSlinger#81 » Tue Nov 14, 2017 5:15 am

Too rich for my blood, but nice to look at.
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Postby tongueriver » Tue Nov 14, 2017 9:32 pm

KnifeSlinger#81 wrote:Too rich for my blood, but nice to look at.

Yeah, me too.... :( I think you can go a hundred grand with some of the engraving, but possibly half that. I will never know. I do know that the best shotguns in the world have come out of Italy now for some fifty years. Before that England ruled, with some outstanding makers in Scotland, Germany, and ( :shock: ) even France. Spain has been up and coming for many years but they are not quite there with the best. In (about) 1976 my friend Pony Duke (of the North Carolina tobacco and university family) called me up and said "Cal, I am headed for Denmark for driven pheasants and I will pay your way and let you use one of my cased pre-war Purdeys." I said "Well, I would love to go but I am a little stretched and I can pick up some overtime here." FOOL! IDIOT! What a memory that would have been. Now Pony and most of my friends are dead and gone, and I am still "a little stretched." :(
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Postby Quick Steel » Tue Nov 14, 2017 9:38 pm

Cal: Life is what it is, but what a missed opportunity. :(
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Postby knife7knut » Tue Nov 14, 2017 11:17 pm

tongueriver wrote:
KnifeSlinger#81 wrote:Too rich for my blood, but nice to look at.

Yeah, me too.... :( I think you can go a hundred grand with some of the engraving, but possibly half that. I will never know. I do know that the best shotguns in the world have come out of Italy now for some fifty years. Before that England ruled, with some outstanding makers in Scotland, Germany, and ( :shock: ) even France. Spain has been up and coming for many years but they are not quite there with the best. In (about) 1976 my friend Pony Duke (of the North Carolina tobacco and university family) called me up and said "Cal, I am headed for Denmark for driven pheasants and I will pay your way and let you use one of my cased pre-war Purdeys." I said "Well, I would love to go but I am a little stretched and I can pick up some overtime here." FOOL! IDIOT! What a memory that would have been. Now Pony and most of my friends are dead and gone, and I am still "a little stretched." :(


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